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Applied Learning Scholarship (2020/21 School Year)

The Applied Learning Scholarship (2020/21 School Year) is co-organised by the Law’s Charitable Foundation (LCF) and the Education Bureau (EDB) to show our appreciation to Secondary 5 (S5) students who demonstrated positive learning attitude and achieved good progress in their study of Applied Learning (ApL) courses.


All schools with students taking ApL courses in the 2020/21 school year are eligible to nominate students for the scholarship. The maximum number of student nominees from each school is set according to the total number of S5 students enrolled in ApL courses in the 2020/21 school year. Schools with 25 or less S5 ApL students can nominate one student at most for the scholarship, while schools with 26 to 50 S5 ApL students can nominate two students at most, and so on. Each successful nominee will be awarded HK$1,000 and a certificate of scholarship by the LCF.

 

For details, please visit the LCF website (www.lawscharitable.org.hk).

 

Education Bureau Circular Memorandum No.81/2021

  

Nomination Form (PDF Format)